John Raymond Hargrove Sr.
U.S. Army sergeant, Corps of Engineers, 1943-1946
Private practice, Baltimore, Maryland, 1950-1955, 1963-1968
Assistant U.S. attorney, District of Maryland, 1955-1957
Deputy U.S. attorney, District of Maryland, 1957-1962
Associate judge, People`s Court of Baltimore City [Maryland], 1962-1963
Associate judge, Baltimore [Maryland] Municipal Court, 1968-1971
Administrative judge, District Court of Maryland, Baltimore City, 1971-1974
Associate judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City [Maryland], 1974-1984; juvenile court judge, 1977-1980
Nominated to U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, November 10, 1983; no Senate vote
University of Maryland, School of Law
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